The great Carribean Island of Puerto Rico has been a US Territory since WW2 and yet still is not an American State.
In the illuminati system that still controls Puerto Rico, everyone who is born in Puerto Rico is a slave. That's why
Puerto Rico has never been made a state. The people born on Puerto Rico are all slaves to someone.
Those who make it to New York like Jennifer Lopez's family are allowed to buy their freedom like an indentured
slave program. If Jennifer can make enough money, she can buy her own freedom back (which she has done). Lin Manuel
is still a slave (Michelle Obama owns him.)
All of the American terrirotires are run like this under the illuminati slave system. Samoa is the same, all Samoans are
born into slavery on the island of Samoa. They have a chance to earn back their freedom if they can make it to the US
and make enough money.
Slavery in our territories, this relic of the civil war system, needs to end. Slavery is wrong everywhere in the world, not just in America. We fought the
civil war to try and end slavery in the World, not just to end slavery in America. Slavery is an irrational, innefficient system
that breaks every moral rule God created. Slavery is the old world, illuminati way. We are Americans who left Europe to creat
a new country to escape all that.
We must make Puerto Rico, Samoa and the other US territories into US States and we must emancipate all the slaves and
make them citizens. America is not a country where slavery is tolerated - not even in our "outer territories."
Most people now think of the US States as 50 states. We act as if we've always been 50 states, but Hawaii and Alaska
didn't become states until 1960. America has always added states to our United States of America - remember we began
with 13. We were adding states steadily every 50 years until the Illuminati took over America in the 1960s. America's growth
in states is reflected in the evolution of our flag whose number of stars has increased along with the states in our union.
So really there is no argument to not make Puerto Rico a state. Currently they are being taxed by our government, they
are US citizens, but they have no representation, they have no state government to represent them in our Congress. That is
counter to our principles. America fought against taxation without representation, now we are doing the same thing to
The outcome of this misguided policy can be seen in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. A year after Maria hit Puerto Rico and
took out 95% of the power grid, parts of Puerto Rico still don't have power and the official death count just rose from
64 to nearly 3000. The island's governor formally raised the death toll from 64 to 2,975 on Tuesday following a study conducted by researchers at George Washington University.
Donald Trump, meanwhile, doesn't give a shit about Puerto Rico.
President Donald Trump, facing a drastically revised death toll in Puerto Rico a year after dual hurricanes devastated the island, offered a still-rosy outlook of his administration's handling of the disaster on Wednesday.
"I think we did a fantastic job in Puerto Rico," Trump told CNN's Jim Acosta during an exchange with reporters at the White House.
It was an optimistic accounting of his administration's handling of the natural disaster, which left much of the US territory without power for 9 months and resulted in thousands of deaths.
Trump has trumpeted his handling of the storm's aftermath, including saying in the days afterward the storm had resulted in a relatively small number of deaths compared to a "real catastrophe like Katrina."
Hurricane Katrina, which devastated parts of Louisiana in 2005, killed roughly 1,200.
He also awarded himself a "10 out of 10" on disaster recovery efforts during an Oval Office meeting last year with Puerto Rico's governor.
"Did we do a great job?" he asked his guest.
Through it all, Trump has maintained that Puerto Rico's languishing infrastructure and geography hampered efforts. He said on Wednesday an outdated electric grid and the territory's status as an island continued to the difficulty.
"Puerto Rico was actually more difficult because of the fact it was an island," he said. "It's much harder to get things on the island."
Yes Donald, Island's make things more difficult. What a dumb ass statement.
Trump has come under stiff criticism for his handling of the disaster, principally from Carmen Yulín Cruz, the mayor of Puerto Rico's capital city San Juan.
"The administration killed the Puerto Ricans with neglect. The Trump administration led us to believe they were helping when they weren't up to par, and they didn't allow other countries to help us," Yulín Cruz said on CNN Wednesday, later adding, "Shame on President Trump. Shame on President Trump for not even once, not even yesterday, just saying, 'Look, I grieve with the people of Puerto Rico.'"
Trump did not respond directly to his critics Wednesday, instead saying he hoped the island doesn't suffer a similar fate this year.
"I only hope they don't get hit again because they were hit by two in a row," Trump said.
Trump's comments were reminiscent of former President George W. Bush's comments days after Hurricane Katrina made landfall in Louisiana, when Bush praised his FEMA director Michael Brown during his first visit to the region affected by Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
"Brownie, you're doing a heck of a job," Bush said then.
Trump's comments on Wednesday were not the first time he has praised the federal response in Puerto Rico. And while the death toll was not known when he voiced some of his earlier praise, they did come as disaster relief experts and local officials sounded the alarm about the slow pace of the federal response.
Trump not only repeatedly praised the federal response, but he also struck out at the news media and critics who highlighted the slow pace of some of the recovery efforts and the dire conditions that much of the island continued to face for weeks and months after the hurricane made landfall.
Ten days after the hurricane made landfall, Trump lambasted news reports about the troubled situation in Puerto Rico in a series of tweets.
"Despite the Fake News Media in conjunction with the Dems, an amazing job is being done in Puerto Rico," Trump tweeted. "The Fake News Networks are working overtime in Puerto Rico doing their best to take the spirit away from our soldiers and first R's. Shame!"
In another tweet, he lashed out at San Juan's mayor, who had taken to the airwaves to raise alarm about the slow pace of recovery efforts.
"Such poor leadership ability by the Mayor of San Juan, and others in Puerto Rico, who are not able to get their workers to help," he tweeted.
The illuminati actually can steer hurricanes now with weather manipulation systems. They aren't always succesful but Trump's little comment about
maybe Puerto Rico getting hit next year is a subtle threat that if Puerto Rico doesn't stop complaining the illuminati will hit them again with another
hurricane. The Illuminati also disappated the Hurricane headed for Hawaii because the Japanese have a lot of real estate there.
The illuminati are manipulating our weather causing both the hurricanes and the wild fires as well as warming the earth in general to cause
the polar caps to melt. Global is not real, rather they are using our weather as a weapon. In the 1980s Reagan used the Star Wars budget to create
a system of mirrors in space that can concentrate sunlight heating up areas. This system can cause hurricanes and wild fires as well as tornadoes.
Reagan began building a system that can use the weather as a weapon.